4 May 2016

RIBA LONDON AWARD 2016 WINNER: 61 OXFORD STREET

The brief required a contemporary design that would sit sensitively alongside the historic fabric through careful articulation of the building form, at the same time delivering a layered ‘sandwich’ of retail, office and residential floors. The busy and prominent site is in the London borough of Westminster, at the junction of Soho Street and Oxford Street, on a popular route from Fitzrovia to Soho. The area is in the midst of significant regeneration due to Crossrail and other major redevelopment sites.

ARCHITECT: ALLFORD HALL MONAGHAN MORRIS
CLIENT: DUKELEASE PROPERTIES & BA PENSIONS TRUST
AWARDS WON: RIBA LONDON AWARD 2016

COST: £26,500,000
INTERNAL AREA: 4741 SQM
PHOTOGRAPHER: TIMOTHY SOAR

RIBA AWARDS 2016 - Winner: 61 OXFORD STREET
RIBA AWARDS 2016 – Winner: 61 OXFORD STREET

 

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